Suspicious package prompts bomb squad visit to East Peoria church

Aug 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WEEK-TV

A suspicious package delivered to a church in East Peoria Monday afternoon prompted a visit from the Peoria Police bomb squad.

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Turns out it was the new 16 page watchtower and the elder didn't get the letter to elders.
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i read this story this morning.. they panicked over a manilla envelope? it does not say why they panicked and called the bomb squad?? something sounds wrong with this.. who is going to pay for all that time with the bomb squad, police, and it did not say if they had to evacuate the surrounding areas. this is a suspicious story unless they have been having past problems???
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Aug 21, 2012
 
many suspicious packages are loaded by usps,
and send to customers,mostly package of goods- 6 pack beer budwiser, or package of s......

this package was from Nigeria 10 milions fake dollars from dieying church member,sent as donation

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Mythbusters wrote:
Turns out it was the new 16 page watchtower and the elder didn't get the letter to elders.
They thought it was a copy of Crisis of Conscience.
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Aug 21, 2012
 
RedhorseWoman wrote:
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They thought it was a copy of Crisis of Conscience.
or "IN SEARCH OF CHRISTIAN FREEDOM",
police and pastors get scare,
of conspiracies and plots againt thier churchoidal slaves

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